As a former student who attended multiculturally diverse schools, celebrating the holidays and celebrations of my peers from different cultures made school all the more memorable.
Students are drawn to monsters, so teachers use their interest in the weird and scary to their advantage and teach social studies themes through these figures.
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You are never too young to hold onto a piece of history and discover its connection to your life.
Many of us think back to grade school and remember story time fondly.
One of my favorite memories from when I was a fourth-grade student was the day our teacher put us into groups and let us play in the sand.
“No one puts Baby in the corner!” That line that melts hearts everywhere as Patrick Swayze’s character, Johnny, brings Baby front and center and into the spotlight in Dirty Dancing.
The Little Red Hen folktale has generally been read to exhort children to work hard, accept responsibility, and share with others.
In most communities, memorials, plaques, historical markers, and monuments are erected to record significant events or honor heroes and heroines.
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